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May. 10, 2010
Clif Bar Upcoming Events, Week of 5/10/10
As you already know, May is National Bike Month. And today kicks off the CLIF BAR 2 Mile Challenge -- challenge yourself (and others!) to hop on your bike when you're traveling less than two miles. Check it out, as well as the rest of this week's events.

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Thursday, May 13

  • Bay Area, CA - Bike to Work Day - The San Francisco Bay Area's 16th Annual Bike to Work Day will take place this Thursday, May 13, 2010. Bike to Work Day is the premier bicycling event taking place in all of Northern California with all nine Bay Area counties participating in the celebration. The event is just one day of many events taking place in May as part of National Bike Month.

  • Las Vegas, NV - Aflac Iron Girl (Through Saturday, May 15) - Embracing seasoned athletes and novices alike, the Aflac Iron Girl Triathlon features a Sprint (800 Meter Swim - 30K Bike - 5K Run). This event provides women with the ultimate Aflac Iron Girl weekend – fitness and camaraderie, coupled with first-class hotel, restaurant, shopping and spa amenities.

  • Salt Lake City, UT - UTA Bike Bonanza - Come show your support of the local cycling community and grab a Clif Bar while you are there.

Saturday, May 15

  • Austin, TX - Nature Crawl - The Nature Crawl," will guide families through 4 locations in town, letting them experience all NatureRocksAustin has to offer, and then some. For the kids there will be progressive steps at each location building toward an achievement prize.

  • Denver, CO - CGLA LaxFest - Make sure to check out the Clif Kid tent while you watch these dynamite lacrosse kids! See you at the tournament!

  • Ogden, UT - Ogden Marathon - Runner's World had listed it as one of the Top 10 races. There is a reason why is sold out 4 months before.

  • Monterey, CA - Morgan Hill Sprint Tri - UVAS Reservoir in Morgan Hill is one of the most pristine and beautiful venues in the world of triathlon. This event sells out early every year as local and destination triathletes vie for one of the 800 available entries.

Sunday, May 16

  • Seattle, WA - Urban Assualt - The Urban Assault Ride is the biggest bike scavenger hunt series in the world! You and a teammate will take to the streets on a city-wide bike adventure. Plot your own course to checkpoints around town where you'll take on physical and mental obstacle courses. Be the 1st team to hit all the checkpoints and you'll win a pair of New Belgium Brewing cruiser bikes (and be the first team to the beer tent).

  • Northern California, CA - Tour of California - The largest cycling event in America, the 2010 Amgen Tour of California is a Tour de France-style cycling road race, presented by AEG, that challenges the world’s top professional cycling teams to compete along a demanding course from May 16-23.

  • New Braunfels, TX - Skeese Greets Triathlon - Whether you're a seasoned pro or a true newbie, the Skeese Greets Women’s Triathlon is for you. Come along and experience a supportive and friendly environment for beginners and advanced triathletes alike.

  • Tempe, AZ - Tempe International Triathalon - The City of Tempe, Arizona is the state's seventh largest city, is located in the center of the Valley of the Sun with more than 160,000 residents calling it home. The City of Tempe, Arizona is bordered by Phoenix, Scottsdale, Mesa and Chandler. Access to Tempe is a snap with the Loop 101, 202, US 60, I-10 and Hohokam Expressway serving Tempe, making us the most accessible city in the metropolitan area. And, we are only 10 minutes from Sky Harbor International Airport with taxi service and public transportation available seven days a week. The City of Tempe, Arizona offers more than 300 days a year of sunshine to its residents and visitors, and annual rainfall amounts to approximately 7.36 inches a year witch makes it a perfect location for a triathlon.

  • San Francisco, CA - Bay to Breakers - he 99-year old ING Bay to Breakers 12k is one of the world’s largest and oldest footraces, held annually in San Francisco, California. The name reflects the traditional course which takes tens of thousands of participants from the northeast end of the downtown area near The Embarcadero (the "bay" side of the city) to the west end of the city and the "breakers" of Ocean Beach. The 7.46 mile (12 kilometer) race features world-class athletes in addition to costumed runners and 'fun-loving' folks out for a great day of running and walking through San Francisco.

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